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Best Screen Printing Services in St. Louis, MO

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St. Louis, MO 63127 Rating

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5.0 (28)
3.7 (13)

Why choose this provider?

Treetop Enterprises Inc. specializes in screen printing, embroidery, and promotional products. It has more than a decade of experience in custom and branded apparel, and it offers in-house services that are unique to the St. Louis area, such as pad printing and sand carving. More than 100,000 items are available from its facilities, including polo shirts, t-shirts, outerwear, accessories, women's apparel, corporate gifts, and more. Treetop Enterprises has a reputation for excellent customer service, and its clients are grateful for the personal attention that they receive.

St. Louis, MO 63130 Rating

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3.9 (11)
5.0 (1)

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St. Louis T-Shirt is a screen printing and embroidery specialist that has more than four decades of experience and expertise in creating custom apparel. It is a family owned and operated company that is well-known for providing high-quality and comfortable clothing. The company ships all over the globe, and it does not impose minimum or maximum order requirements on its customers.

Maryland Heights, MO 63043 Rating

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5.0 (1)

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STL Promo Plus specializes in creating custom t-shirts, polo shirts, duffel bags, baseball caps, towels, koozies, dress shirts, pens, totes, and more. Its customers are quick to praise the customer service that they receive here; they speak especially highly of the friendly attitude of the staff. The firm is based in Maryland Heights, Missouri.

St Peters, MO 63304 Rating

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4.8 (152)
4.7 (99)

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Shirt Kong is a screen printing specialist that also offers embroidery, vinyl, and direct to garment services. It is a reputable local firm that does all its printing and embroidery in-house at its facility in Saint Peters, Missouri. Its clients are quick to praise the responsive and professional team at Shirt Kong, and they are especially impressed by its ability to deliver quality work at a very fast pace.

Bridgeton, MO 63044 Rating

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4.9 (60)
4.7 (23)

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M3Greek®️ is a family-owned business that provides Greek paraphernalia, blank apparel, and accessories to fraternities, sororities, and corporations in St. Louis. It specializes in screen design, custom embroidery, and heat transfer work, which are all done in-house. It has experience working on different types of apparel, including dress shirts and blazers. It carries other items like elephant-themed towel holders, shaker sets, and bottle openers. M3Greek®️ has served the American Association of University Women, the Lutheran High School Association, and Trinity Auto Care, LLC. It has no minimum order requirements for many apparel items.

St. Charles, MO 63301 Rating

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5.0 (15)
4.2 (5)

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Mr. Stitcher is an apparel and embroidery specialist with a reputation for producing quality promotional products. It stocks name brand apparel like Nike, Gildan, Jerzees, and Hanes, and customers can buy t-shirts, polo shirts, sweatshirts, jackets, caps, accessories, and clothing for toddlers.

St. Charles, MO 63376 Rating

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4.1 (34)
4.9 (19)
5.0 (3)

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STL Shirt Co. is a local firm that has more than 40 years of experience creating t-shirts, caps, jackets, hoodies, pants, polo shirts, toddler's clothing, tablecloths, and more. It has an excellent reputation among local people, and it receives regular praise from schools, churches, sports teams, clubs, and corporations.

St. Louis, MO 63119 Rating

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4.6 (29)

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St. Louis Print Co. is a Midwest screen printing specialist. It serves individuals, businesses, and organizations all across the United States, specializing in multi-color screen printing using both manual and automatic printing machines. The company has a focus on meeting deadlines, and its clients are impressed by the speed it can offer. The business is a member of the Advertising Specialty Institute, and Small Business Monthly recently recognized the company for "Best Customer Service." St. Louis Print Co. describes itself as a proud American company, and it never contracts overseas.

Kirkwood, MO 63122 Rating

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5.0 (3)

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Kirkwood Trading Company offers custom t-shirt printing for sports teams, schools, sports camps, and people who want to promote their events, products, or services. It has served the local area for more than two decades, and during that time it has maintained a reputation for providing an affordable and reliable service. The company sells apparel for young people, men, and women, and its range of products include athletic jerseys, spirit wear, corporate wear, and other styles.

St. Louis, MO 63125 Rating

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5.0 (9)
4.3 (6)

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TEAMwear offers thousands of custom promotional items, including pens, mugs, totes, laser pointers, paper airplanes, piggy banks, t-shirts, bags, sweatshirts, and more. It has a reputation for supplying quality products to its clients, and they speak highly of the responsive and professional customer service that they have come to expect here.

St. Louis, MO 63104 Rating

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4.8 (17)
4.8 (13)

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Left Hand Promotions has more than three decades of professional experience with development, manufacturing, and distribution. It is a full-service promotions company that has an on-site screen printing capability, and its client list includes GlaxoSmithKline, Johns Manville, Hallmark, and Saint Louis Art Museum. Its screen printing specialties include t-shirts for schools, special events, and nonprofits, and it also specializes in custom embroidery. The company has a reputation for thoroughness and professionalism, and people praise its outstanding customer service. It is located on Gravois Avenue in St. Louis, from where it serves clients nationwide.

St. Louis, MO 63109 Rating

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5.0 (7)
5.0 (2)

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One Time Supply Co. serves local and long-distance clients, with whom it holds a reputation for quality and responsiveness. Its client list includes Trader Joe's, The Bayless Boosters, and dozens of other local individuals and businesses. The store can be found on Macklind Avenue, in the Southampton Neighborhood of St. Louis.

St Peters, MO 63376 Rating

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5.0 (4)

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Sheeble is a family owned and operated company that specializes in creating custom screen-printed t-shirts at fair prices. It also stocks a unique range of patriotic t-shirts, designed especially for American men and women who are proud of their country. It offers various discounts and offers, including free USA shipping on all orders.

St. Louis, MO 63143 Rating

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4.8 (63)
4.7 (50)
5.0 (25)

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Tiny Little Monster is an independent screen printing studio in Maplewood, Missouri. It specializes in t-shirts, hoodies, polo shirts, drink koozies, baseball shirts, baby items, and other merchandise. Customers can design their graphics online, or they can work with Tiny Little Monster's small group of artists and experts to create original art.

Compare our Top Screen Printing Services

NameExpertise RatingAddressPromotionsLearn more
Treetop Enterprises Inc.
St. Louis, MO 63127
St. Louis T-Shirt
St. Louis, MO 63130
STL Promo Plus
Maryland Heights, MO 63043
Shirt Kong
St Peters, MO 63304
Bridgeton, MO 63044
Mr. Stitcher
St. Charles, MO 63301
STL Shirt Co.
St. Charles, MO 63376
St. Louis Print Co.
St. Louis, MO 63119
Kirkwood Trading Company
Kirkwood, MO 63122
St. Louis, MO 63125
Left Hand Promotions
St. Louis, MO 63104
Oddball Ink
Arnold, MO 63010
One Time Supply Co.
St. Louis, MO 63109
St Peters, MO 63376
Tiny Little Monster
St. Louis, MO 63143


  • What is screen printing?

    Screen printing is a method of applying graphics to a T-shirt. It typically involves layering thick inks onto the shirt's surface instead of soaking them into the fabric. Screen printing is also sometimes called silk screening.

    Since screen printing generally uses thicker inks, this type of fabric printing is usually better for graphics with one or two colors. If you have more complicated, colorful graphics, direct to garment printing, or DTG, may be a better option.

    Major fabric printing methods include:

    • Screen printing or silk screening

    • Direct to garment printing

    • Stamp printing

    • Thermal transfer printing

    • Sublimation transfer printing

  • How does screen printing work?

    Screen printing works by using a silkscreen with an exposed design. Ink is swiped across the screen with a squeegee tool, and this action sends the ink design through the screen and onto the T-shirt.

    When graphics are printed onto a T-shirt using screen-printing techniques, the colors are sometimes allowed to dry between color applications, and subsequent colors are printed with another screen after the T-shirt is realigned on the press.

  • What is silk-screen printing?

    Traditionally, screen printing has been called silk-screen printing because originally, silk was the primary material used in the process. The mesh portion of the screen was made of silk. In modern times, synthetic threads are commonly used in the silk-screening process, with polyester being one of the most popular choices. Nylon and stainless steel are also used in some screen-printing applications.

  • How do I start screen printing?

    If you want to try screen printing at home, you can do it with a little bit of practice and some basic materials. To get started with screen printing, you may need:

    • A screen, usually made of polyester

    • Photo emulsion

    • A 150W light bulb

    • A screen-printing squeegee

    • Fabric paint

    • Two pieces of glass

  • How can I print T-shirts?

    To print T-shirts at home, you can try the screen-printing method described above. To print a lot of shirts, you may consider using a screen-printing company.

    While the exact steps and process varies by company, in general, you can expect to provide the T-shirt company with your desired design, either electronically or in person. You can choose other options, and the screen-printing company typically sends you a mock-up of what the finished design will look like; Then, after you approve it, they produce it according to your specifications.

  • How can I make a custom T-shirt?

    If you'd rather not go the screen-printing route, you can customize T-shirts in other ways.

    • Heat transfers, which involve using a printing machine and heat press machine to transfer designs to fabric

    • Embroidery, which involves intricate stitching using thread and special needles

    • Direct to garment (DTG) digital printing, a process that uses a special inkjet printer with special ink to print designs onto the fabric directly

    • Engraved roller printing, a process that involves dye being applied to fabric that’s passed through rollers engraved with designs in a printing machine

  • How do I design a T-shirt?

    When you design a T-shirt, there are a lot of factors to consider. Most of the time, screen-printing companies will ask you to submit a high-resolution file of the design you want printed. Sometimes, the company has in-house graphic designers who can create a design for you based on your specifications or ideas.

    Here are a few suggestions for optimizing your T-shirt design:

    • Ensure any text is readable, and you can do this by selecting the right fabric and paint color combination

    • Consider creating a contrast between your chosen T-shirt color and the screen-printing ink

    • Make sure the type size is big enough to read from a distance